We went with a dinner group, about 8-10 of us in all. We were the only ones in the place on a Thursday night. The waiter was very pleasant, but the service was very slow. It probably took 45 minutes for our appetizers to come out, and we didn't all get served at the same time. It seemed that our group overwhelmed the staff of what appeared to be one waiter and one cook. The food was VERY good. I tried both the fried plantains and the chicken pattie appetizers, and both were excellent! For my entree, I had the curry goat and the jerk chicken, and sides of cabbage and spinach. The flavors were intense and delicious. Some of our fellow dinners complained about having to pick the bones out of the meat dishes, but I thought it just made the dish more authentic, and probably added flavor as well. The atmosphere is also very authentic. It would be right at home on the beach in Jamaica, but seems a little too rustic for most North Dallas tastes.
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